The girlfriend doesnt like me being away but my wife dont care:biggrin: No really i not married... She understands that i need hunting season so i dont go insane.. But she's a great woman...One of a kind!
yea my girlfriend gets mad when i am always in the woods, but shes gotten used to it and ive even gotten her out there a few times. She said she likes being out there but wouldnt shoot anything lol. and wont go without the propane heater. But i got her to shoot clays with me. So shes coming around. She has a younger brother who im trying to get into the sport, we are gonna buy him some camo this year for christmas maybe. I got the kid to love fishing though.
I find they are much more understanding when you sit down with them and explain to them "important" dates such as openers and theorized peak rut times. Also, it helps if there is an understanding of how much time you'll be away, but when you are home, it helps to try to make those times more worthwhile.
My girlfriend is the best not only does she encourage my hunting and fishing adventures but she always asks if I'd like her to make breakfast before heading in,,, even if I have friends over it's never a problem to her, whether it's just one friend or 3 or 4, she's happy to just make more so everyone can eat a good breakfast. ALSO when hunting season rolls around she likes making her home made Donuts so we always got something to snack on with our coffee.....
Think I found the right one??? she also enjoys cooking and eating venison too... Thank you lord, thank you, thank you, thank you... :biggrin:.
Hey Bruce, do you think she'll mind if the entire forum comes over for a homestyle breakfast and homemade donuts? LOL. You are without a doubt the LUCKIEST MAN ON THE PLANET. Make sure you tell your girlfriend that. Here's my version of my hunting season. If I shower with regular soap, "why are you using that smelly stuff aren't you planning on hunting tomorrow?" If I come home empty handed, "did you even go hunting today?" This one here is the best right here, "I never, ever heard of anybody hunting from sunup to sundown." Other than that she's cool.
Yes, I think I am a very lucky man.... and I thank God often... and if i asked her if the entire forum could come for breakfast and Donuts I think all she'd say is, where we going to seat everyone???
I wish our wives/girlfriends could spend time together.. I think It would show them that they all go through the same things with us guys....
My girlfriend and I are now considering trading in our 2005 24' Pontoon boat for a Camper with a toy hauler (for the ATV's) that way Phillip and I can travel to different places/other states to hunt and She can come along to enjoy the travels too.. She LOVES the idea... Yep I am blessed... :yes:
We interrupt this broadcast to bring you this Special 6 0' Clock News Report
A Deer Hunter missing for 2 days from Queens NY has been spotted in the Flushing section Dragging what appears to be the skeletal remains of a 16 Point Whitetail Buck...
Eye witness reports claim the hunter was last seen 2 days earlier getting spanked by a woman witnesses say was his wife...
The wife who was contacted by phone had only one statement
"When he gets home he better be Draggin something, that's all I have to Say"
We will update as soon as more information rolls in.. Film at 11:00
Bellvue psychotherapy team called in to remove distraught man from front yards everywhere in the Queens area: Apparently the man whose name is not being released due to security measures was seen running into several yards at sunrise this morning and attacking residents shrubs and small trees then urinating in small patches that he made with his feet. Witnesses state that the man would approach their trees and shrubs and "trash" them with his head leaving large "rubs" in them. The tree trashing was then finished off with some growling or "grunting" by the man. The details on why the man "urinated" after scratching the ground up with his feet are sketchy and a little graphic to be discussed at this time. Dr. VanDroptine says that in all his 59 years of psycho rehabilitation he has NEVER EVER SEEN OR HEARD of such behavior from man or animal. He also states that it will take months of studies and testing to even come up with an educated guess on this mans behavior. Dr. VanDroptine was consulted by Dr. Timberghost whose only response was, and I quote, "just release him into the woods and leave him alone, it's that simple." Hopefully Dr. Timberghosts second opinion will be considered after all he is a cool guy. HA HA HA HA..........MORE AT 11
guys i have the best wife ever she loves to hunt she often goes without me in years past she has even harvested 3 deer to my 1 we took 7 that year between bow blackpowder & rifle the only drawback is she sometimes takes my stand away from me but i dont mind as long as i can keep her going with me
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